Simple Sunflower Butter

Simple Sunflower Butter

Simple Sunflower Butter

Cholesterol FreeGluten FreeDairy Free Preservative Free Low SugarLow in Saturated Fat Vegan FriendlyRaw Diet FriendlyPaleo Diet Friendly

Sunflower butter will surprise you!

Sunflower butter a good alternative to the classic peanut butter, probably the most similar in taste and a great heart-healthy choice. Sunflower seeds are concentrated sources of fiber, antioxidants, phytosterols, heart-healthy fats, plant-protein and especially selenium, vitamin E & B-complex vitamins. One serving (2 tbsp.) contains 32% DV* of thiamin, 18% of folate, 38% of vitamin E, 13% of niacin, 22% of vitamin B6, 26% of magnesium & 21% of phosphorus. That´s a whole lot of nutrition in just one serving!


Yield: Approximately 1-1/4 cups / 284 g

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups raw sunflower seeds (270 g)
  • 1/8 teaspoon Pink Himalayan salt (optional)

Directions:

  • Place sunflower seeds and salt in the NutraMilk container.
  • Press Butter cycle, set for 14-15 minutes.
  • Press Start.
  • Open the container lid.
  • If desired, set Butter cycle for an additional 2-3 minutes for a creamier butter.

From 200 DELICIOUS & HEALTHY RECIPES for your NutraMilk from Nuts, Seeds, Grains & More by Rita Rivera

sunflower-butter
Sunflower Butter

*%DV: Percent Daily Value (DV) references how much a certain nutrient contributes in one serving of food in relation to the daily requirement

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